Sometimes brief interactions and a few words are enough to reveal something about a character or raise more questions we’d like to entertain ourselves by musing over. Here’s a one-shot with Alec and Riley from my Dogs, Bats & Monkeys series. Chronologically, it’s set during Book II – Sentiments & Reason, and the stage it takes place on is the Milk & Cream – the café Riley works at.
I hope you’ll enjoy it!
PS: Learn a bit about what the Dogs, Bats & Monkeys series are at the bottom of this post.
Hello, you funky monkeys! In March I asked you which of my characters you’d like me to interview next. Turns out you wanted a joint interview with Rhys and Riley from You are the Answer (completed draft on wattpad) and We are the Answer (ongoing, on wattpad). You wanted it and I’m giving it to you! Not only that, but they boys are going to answer YOUR questions. That’s right: Rhys and Riley are answering the questions you left for them in the comments of We are the Answer. And they are not going to skip a single one.
The Wattpad Block Party is almost coming to an end. With hundreds of chapters with exclusive content, how can you pick the best?
Especially when there’s such a variety?
Interviews, sneak peeks, sharing publishing experience and writing tips – there are so many interesting things on there! It wasn’t easy to narrow my favorite posts down. As a matter of fact, I was planning to pick only fifteen, but I couldn’t. That is why, in no particular order and excluding my own, here are eighteen amazing chapters in the Wattpad Block Party book: Continue reading →
At the beginning of this month, I promised you an excerpt from my NaNoWriMo project – Sentiments & Reason. Maybe you’ve already had a glimpse of it in this blog post where you can read the first sneak peek and the blurb. I thought it fitting to save Excerpt #2 for November 30 a.k.a. last day of NaNo, so here it is. Continue reading →
When I was writing my second wattpad story – Here We Go Again, I was faced with a dilemma: should I write the spicier chapters I wanted to write thus changing the book rating to Mature or should I stick to PG-13?
Here We Go Again was intended for PG-13. Almost all of it is PG-13. Then there are those couple of chapters that I wanted to create, but were meant for an adult audience.